6 edition of Place Names of Lancashire found in the catalog.
Place Names of Lancashire
February 27, 1986 by B.T. Batsford Ltd .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||160|
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The Place Names of Lancashire: Their Origin and History (Classic Reprint) by Henry Cecil Wyld (Author)Author: Walter W. Skeat, H. Wyld, T. Oakes Hirst. A Handbook of Lancashire Place-Names (Classic Reprint) [Sephton, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
A Handbook of Lancashire Place-Names (Classic Reprint) Skip to main contentAuthor: John Sephton. The place-names of Lancashire: Ekwall, Eilert, Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming: Internet Archive. The place-names of Lancashire. Item Preview. : E-mail Message: I thought you might be interested in this item at Title: The place-names of Lancashire, Author: Eilert Ekwall Publisher: Manchester, London, New York The University Press; Longmans, Green & Co., OCLC Please verify that.
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Download and read online for free The place names of Lancashire, their origin and history by Wyld, Henry Cecil Kennedy, /5(5). Place-names of Lancashire. [Manchester] Printed for the Chetham Society, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Eilert Ekwall.
See other formats. rj 1 PUBLICATIONS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER ENGLISH SERIES, No. XI THE PLACE-NAMES OF LANCASHIRE Published by the University of Manchester at THE UNIVERSITY PRESS (H.
MCKECHNIE, M.A., Secretary) LIME GROVE, OXFORD ROAD, MANCHESTER LONGMANS, GREEN & CO. Many places in Lancashire were mentioned in medieval documents and there are many books and articles about their origins.
Ekwall’s Place-names of Lancashire is a classic and is available free here. The place-names of Lancashire by David Mills, is a more recent work. Seascale(‘hut by the sea’), Scafell (‘ bald-headed mountain’ the name of the highest place in England), Tarn Hows, Howgill, Norbreck, Applethwaite, Wray.
In England, these are more or less peculiar to the North West region, and attest that the Norse settlers in this region mostly haled from West Scandinavia. Books set in Lancashire, England: [A Kiss at Midnight, The Road to Wigan Pier, Wedding Tiers, Rules of Attraction, Confessions of an Improper Br.
Blackburn with Darwen (1 book) Blackpool (40 books) Bolton (3 books) Bury (3 books) Calderdale (42 books) Cumbria ( books) Knowsley (5 books) Merseyside (2 books) North Yorkshire ( books) Rochdale (17 books) Sefton (8 books) Wigan (6 books).
NB: These are all the names of all the administrative units which we Place Names of Lancashire book associated with Lancaster, and you must judge whether all or even any of them are variant names for the place. They may well include the names of other locations or areas: For cities, the associated administrative units will usually include parishes, especially ecclesiastical parishes, one of whose names is the name of.
THE study of place-names is making headway in England. The other day we noticed a useful book on Middlesex names. We have now to commend a most elaborate work on The Place-Names of. Download PDF A Handbook of Lancashire Place-Names Authored by Sephton John Released at - Filesize: MB Reviews These kinds of book is every thing and helped me hunting forward plus more.
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Within these pages author Anthony Poulton-Smith examines the origins of the place names with which we are otherwise so familiar.
Towns, villages, districts, hills, streams, woods, farms, fields, streets and even pubs are examined and explained.
In total, Lancashire lost about two fifths of its original area. These spellings can show in what language the place was named and also what language it has travelled through. If we have enough examples then it become possible to identify zones where particular languages were spoken and so reveal something about Lancashire's history.
Origins of Place Names Virtually all of the place names decided on up to around the 14th Century were due to the environment of the area. For example, Doncaster would probably have originated as a Roman fort on a hill, from the Roman ' Caster ' and Celtic ' Don '.
Lancashire The following pages include Domesday place-names and landowners, and beneath some are links to websites containing the local history of that place. If you have a local history site that you would like to be included on these pages please get in touch via the Contact page.
Lancashire Towns and Parishes Lancashire genealogy. This list has been compiled using the townships inand parishes in named on the corresponding maps produced by the Friends of Lancashire addition to this there are also the significant large towns which have appeared since then.
Buy The Place-Names of Lancashire byEkwall Eilert (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Ekwall Eilert The most popular baby names in Lancashire have been revealed.
Olivia, the national number one, was also the most popular girls name given to babies born in Burnley, Blackpool, Rossendale, South Ribble, and West Lancashire last year.
According to the figures from the Office for National Statistics forGeorge was a popular choice for boys - top in South Ribble and Wyre. Having thought that Lancashire books would be easy for me to read aloud, I find unexpected traps and pitfalls that regularly have me cutting and pasting corrections into completed audio files.
I'll come to the dialect passages another time. For now, I'll mention a few place names. The Place-Names of Lancashire. By Eilert Ekwall, Ph.D. xvi + pp. Manchester Univ. Press. 25s.
The Place-Names of Middlesex. By J. Gover. xvi + pp. Longmans. One can hardly extend too cordial a welcome to Professor Ekwall's book on the place-names of Lancashire.
Some words are simply not spoken how they're spelt - and that rings true here in Lancashire. Many of our towns and villages have unusual names, that you wouldn't know to pronounced unless you were a local.
But don't worry - we're here to help you out. Here are 14 Lancashire place names you've probably been pronouncing wrong: BacupAuthor: Chantelle Heeds. NB: These are all the names of all the administrative units which we have associated with Lancashire, and you must judge whether all or even any of them are variant names for the place.
They may well include the names of other locations or areas: For cities, the associated administrative units will usually include parishes, especially ecclesiastical parishes, one of whose names is the name of. This is a list of towns in England. Historically, towns were any settlement with a charter, including market towns and ancient process of incorporation was reformed in and many more places received borough charters, whilst others were lost.
“Another volume for every local historian's bookshelf” - Local HistorianThis revised edition of the Dictionary of British Place-Names includes o engaging and informative entries, tracing the development of the featured place-names from earliest times to the present day.
Included place-names range from the familiar to the obscure, among them 'Beer', 'Findlater', 'Broadbottom', and. The name Rigby comes from the old Norse meaning "Ridge Farm" and almost certainly is derived from the place called Rigby in Lancashire.
The earliest known spelling of the surname is that of Gilbert de Rigebi, which was datedand a little later in of one Henry de Ryggeby. The Place-Names of the West Riding of Yorkshire by SMITH A H [ed] and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at And better yet, this is only a small selection, for more on weird and rude place names have a look at the following books: Rude Britain: The Rudest Place Names in Britain; Hoo, Howe, Ware, Wye and Wem – weird, wonderful and wacky British place names; Rude World: Rudest Place Names in the World by Rob Bailey; The Collection Of Weird.
Buy A Handbook of Lancashire Place-Names by John Sephton from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Author: John Sephton. Songfacts category - Songs with names of cities in the title. O A-Z entries covering England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales, make this the most comprehensive and up-to-date dictionary of British place names available.
From Abbas Combe to Zennor, it gives the meaning and origin of names of counties, towns, and villages, tracing their development from earliest times to the present day.
Invaluable for anyone finding out about a local. Place-names suggest the importance of subsequent Norse settlement in the west. Lancashire was not a rich area in the Middle Ages. The Scottish border wars, the plague known as the Black Death, and the long, drawn-out Wars of the Roses were a drain on resources.
Landnama Book of Iceland: As it Illustrates the Dialect, Place Names, Folk Lore, & Antiquities of Cumberland, Westmorland,and North Lancashire T. Ellwood (Rector of Torver.) T. Wilson, Printer, Highgate, - Cumbria (England) - 69 pages. Yealand Redmayne, near Carnforth, Lancashire.
Yetts O'Muckhart, east of Stirling. Yockenthwaite, in Wharfedale, North Yorkshire. Zeal Monachorum, north-west of Exeter. These place names were selected as some of them sounded unusual, some sounded interesting, some just sounded funny and some a little rude. It is up to you to decide which is which.
Meitheal provides a crowdsourcing tool for pooling, storing and sharing data about minor placenames. Open. On this website. burial grounds valleys villages castles features woods localities holes 93 passes 90 historical names 87 harbours 77 bogs 73 patches of ground 56 quays, piers, wharves 51 fords.
Written sources record the Scandinavian invasions of England but give no precise information as to the boundaries of the areas in which the Vikings settled or to the varying intensity of their settlement in different parts of the country.
This information can be derived from a study of Scandinavian settlement names in England and of the distribution of manors held in by tenants bearing Cited by: 1.Whereas the ends of names can still suggest that a place has Viking history, with suffixes such as: thorpe, -by, -thwaite, and -kirk to name a few.
A thorpe was an outlying farmstead, one that probably relied on a larger settlement nearby for protection.Lancashire Lancashire is a county in North West takes its name from the city of Lancaster, which was the Roman camp by the River north is low-lying and agricultural, a series of resorts line the coast, while the south is industrial; to the east are the scenic Pennine moors and Forest of .